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coffeeshop Den Helder
Reviews of Aktama Number of Positive Reviews 6 Number of Neutral Reviews 0 Number of Negative Reviews 0
Positive Review Jesscass visited July 2019; sent 8 Jul 2019
Very basic shop, supposedly Moroccan run. One can choose from about ten strains of wiet and four of hash. Many fantasy names around here and their Amnesia at 10€/g looked merely ok enough. Though their Moroccan Special Ketama Gold (10€/g) was a blondish and tasty classic one. Good value for money! Their smoking area in the back is weird though as when you pass the door you get into another empty room apart from toilets where only is a small sitting area with couches at the corner on the left hand before you pass another door which leads to the smoking area. There are about fifteen options for sitting with a couple of cushioned seats but all in all very spare. Rarely experienced such a shithole yet so better buy your hashish here and head to Tops down the street for civilized consumption.
Positive Review JustinCase sent 7 Dec 2018
Upon my third visit the man behind the bar started a friendly conversation (where you from, how long do you stay...) showed me new arrivals and was glad when I changed my mind and tried what he had just showed me. Very relaxed and willing to help the customer individually.
Positive Review JustinCase sent 3 Dec 2018
Good quality at fair rates, esp. the hashes. Rookruimte [smoking room]. Drinks from the vending machine.
Positive Review Paak from Netherlands sent 11 Feb 2011
This was a coffeeshop I went every time when I lived around that place. Quality is good, good weed, good hash. They got one sort of hash there: Trisbla bodyguard the king. One of the best hash in the Netherlands. The man, Mr.Bomba, is always kind and fun to talk to. I love this coffeeshop.
Positive Review Raffaella from Italy sent 17 Jun 2008
A little space to buy hashish or marijuana but they have cheaper prices and they are very very nice.
Positive Review Korrupt from Germany sent 7 Aug 2004
This shop won't open before 2 pm. We did not buy here, but there was a guy sitting at the bar, just 20 minutes after the shop opened, and he was hanging on his chair and not moving one muscle. But all shops in Den Helder are directly towards each other, so no need for us to buy in this shop.